CCTV Goes to Montpelier/Vt TV Net

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CCTV Goes to Montpelier/Vt TV Net

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Format: 2020-04-02
Format: 2020-04-02
Sen. Harvey Carter Discusses Introducing the Gay Rights Bill - 01/14/1988
Sen. Harvey Carter Discusses Introducing the Gay Rights Bill
Downtown Montpelier Video - 01/14/1988
Downtown Montpelier Video
I.S.B. interviews, with Alan Hunt (VHFA), David Usher, and Senator Scudder Parker - 02/10/1987
I.S.B. interviews, with Alan Hunt (VHFA), David Usher, and Senator Scudder Parker Also, shot of Green Mtn. Cable's check to CCTV for the Vermont Television Network project.
Montpelier Press Corps: Karvelas, Lewis, and Sline - 01/29/1987
The Montpelier Press Corps: David Karvelas, Burl. Free Press (30 mins), Tim Lewis, WCAX Montpelier Bureau Chief 48), and Deborah Sline, Vt. Press Bureau Chief (18)
CCTV Goes to Montpelier #4 - "The Statehouse Press Corps" - 01/28/1987
CCTV Goes to Montpelier #4, The Statehouse Press Corps

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